NeuroRestorative, a partner of The MENTOR Network, welcomed NeuroInternational on January 28, 2020 as its newest provider of specialized supports and services for individuals with a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury. With programs in Florida and New Hampshire, NeuroInternational has provided comprehensive services for individuals requiring intensive rehabilitation treatment to achieve the highest degree of personal independence, safety, and quality of life for the past 12 years. We are confident that by joining NeuroRestorative, the quality of services participants and their families have come to expect from this provider will be well supported.
“We are excited about this collaboration and the opportunities it will bring to program participants and employees of our organizations,” said Jane Imboden, Vice President of Operations, NeuroRestorative. “We welcome the clinical acumen, the philosophy of care, and strength of programming which NeuroInternational has cultivated, and we look forward to continuing in our shared mission of providing the highest quality of care to individuals in need of specialized supports.”
As part of NeuroRestorative, NeuroInternational’s team of providers will continue, together with individuals served, to create opportunities to advance individuals’ functional skills, self-advocacy, and community participation, achieving goals of increased independence and improved quality of life. Though this collaboration, we will continue to emphasize individual self-determined goals and family participation in rehabilitation, while also answering the call for increased access to similar programs in underserved areas, allowing individuals to live in their home communities.
“As a leading provider of specialized supports and services for individuals with diverse neurological diagnoses, we are excited to welcome NeuroInternational to the NeuroRestorative family,” said Bill Duffy, President, NeuroRestorative. “We believe individuals and families in need of services throughout the Sunshine State and Granite State will benefit from our continuum of care which is now further enhanced by this collaboration.”